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Stakeholder Child Trust Fund - Trends
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Planning to put money aside for your new baby's future? Depending on the result of Thursday's election the number of days you have left to do this through a Government-backed child trust fund (CTF) could be numbered. Child trust funds were introduced by the Labour government in 2005 to encourage parents to save for their children's future. The government provides new parents with a £250 voucher, which they can invest, tax-free, for 18 years in a shares-based or cash-based account. A further £250 is provided when the child turns seven but in the meantime parents, grandparents or others can top up the ...
LONDON, ENGLAND, July 01, 2010 /24-7PressRelease/ — The Children’s Mutual has revealed that Dads, and not footballers or pop stars, are the number one hero for kids aged between five and seven for the second year running. The annual UK poll by The Children’s Mutual has revealed that although Dads have topped the list of heroes, mums will be disappointed as they have fallen from the number two spot last year, to number three in 2010. However if Dads want to top the list again next year, they can’t afford to rest on their laurels just yet. They face strong competition ... Read More
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